Whyte Ave Ice Sculptures Winter Festive Self-Guided Food Walk Tours


$149.00 – $299.00 per person


2h  –  14h

About this experience

Food Walk Tours & Ice on Whyte

Food Walk Tours is a superb way to explore the Edmonton's amazing markets, local cuisines, chocolatiers and breweries! In addition, we explore the city's many cultural and historical sites in order to provide our guests with a rich and mouth-watering experience!

We inspire and enable everyone to lead active outdoor lifestyle while promoting local. We do this through creative ideas such as hosting Walking Tours & Food Bike Tours. We draw on these original ideas to build and evolve our heritage.

Ice on Whyte is delightfully fun-filled winter experience. When you visit the event, you would find yourself surrounded by the best of winter. The International Ice Carving Competition is one of only three ice carving competitions in Canada. Be inspired and amazed as up to 10 teams of professional artists work to create jaw-dropping icy splendours.


Self-Guided Food & Sculpture Walk Tour Includes

Best way to explore Edmonton's wonders while letting your tastebuds explode!

  • Get a behind the scenes chef table experience from some of Edmonton's top chefs.

  • Three different sample meals (included in price)

  • Three different culinary stops (includes restaurants, breweries, cafes, etc.) 

  • Lights and Ice Sculpture sightseeing

  • Self-Guided app

  • Two-hour self guided tour  

  • Winter Festive Food Walk Tour Passport.

For the first time ever, Food Walk Tours has partnered up with Ice on Whyte and Old Strathcona Business Association to create a memorable Winter Festive Walking Tour. This winter enjoy the lights and decorated sculptures all around they Whyte Ave district while tasting different cuisines from local restaurants along the way!

Walk around sampling mouth watering cuisines while gaining a behind the scenes chef experience,  promoting local organizations, burning off calories, sightseeing, meeting new people & being environmentally friendly.


Limited spots available. Snow or shine. Each stop is approximately 15-30 minutes long and requires 5 minutes of leisure walking to each stop. Total distance is approximately 1.5 kilometre after all is ate and done!

Get a chefs table experience while working up an appetite! Don’t forget to get stamp on your Winter Festive Food Walk Tour Passport from the places you visit! Collect all your stamps to have a chance to win various prizes.